Mike Stuchbery’s Tall Tales: Spartan Edition


At times, it seems as though Mike Stuchbery, the Left’s favorite “historian” unqualified to teach history to college freshmen, is subconsciously trying to expose the truth about himself, or perhaps he just does not bother to check Wikipedia before he spews his latest nonsense. In this case, Stuchbery called on Blizzard Entertainment to target Génération Identitaire for supposed copyright infringement. Naturally, as with virtually everything he does, this is laughable on multiple levels. For example, you do not copyright logos under most circumstances but rather trademark them, and even identical trademarks can coexist so long as what they represent are not related. Additionally, you cannot trademark a common symbol unless it has “acquired a distinctive secondary meaning… that identifies [it] with a particular good or service.”

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://ordoevangelistarum.com/mike-stuchberys-tall-tales-spartan-edition/